Thursday Jun 13
Public Schools to Suffer Under House Budget, State Lawmaker Says
Newtown's state Representative says public education will suffer if a $28.3 billion budget approved Wednesday in the House is signed by the governor later this month.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Santarsiero Holding Open House at New District Office
State Rep. Steve Santarsiero will hold an open house Friday at his new district office in Yardley.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
AOL City Guide
Hampton Inn & Suites Newtown
This hotel in Yardley, Pennsylvania offers free high-speed internet access and a free hot breakfast.
Thu May 30, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Bucks County activists present plans for county's first no-kill animal shelter
Animal welfare activists presented plans this week for a planned animal sanctuary in Bucks County, a $5 million facility for 250 cats and 150 dogs that would be the county's first no-kill shelter.
The Newark Star-Ledger
PHOTOS: Hot and Humid in NJ
As there temperature hovers around 90 degrees 3 year old Trey Koplinka of Yardley, PA splashes water on 2 and 1/2 year old Kyle Goldstein of Montgomery as they play in the fountain at the Woodrow Wilson School on the Princeton University campus.
Wed May 29, 2013
Photo Flash: First Look at the Merchant of Venice at Actors' Net
William Shakespeare 's masterwork The Merchant of Venice - one of the Bard's most popular yet trickiest plays - will be interpreted and illumina Ted May 31 - June 16 on the intimate Heritage Center stage.
Tue May 28, 2013
Bikers Ride For Addiction Recovery This Weekend
Keep your fingers crossed for good weather this Sunday for an annual motorcycle ride and picnic that's both a fund-raiser and potential fund-giver. The annual Ride for Recovery benefits the Livengrin Foundation's network of drug and alcohol treatment centers.
Sat May 25, 2013
Adam Kokesh, the ex-Marine who was arrested at a pro-marijuana rally last weekend on Independence Mall, was released from jail yesterday after the U.S. Attorney's Office changed his charges to misdemeanors.
Wed May 22, 2013
SEPTA seeks TIGER funds to separate freight and passenger trains
SEPTA is working on a federal TIGER grant application that could mean the difference between increasing safety, speeds and ADA accessibility along the West Trenton Line or discontinuing that service all together.